A few photos for C&C please!

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  1. Mugen80

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    Im a total beginner to photography
    Shooting with a Canon Rebel T1i w/ 18-55mm lens. Thanks for C&C in advance.

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    1 - very good.
    2 - very good but I keep wondering if perspective control in PSE would have improved the shot.
    3 - as much as I really really like that particular flag, it actually detracts from this shot.
     
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    those balloons would look nice with a wide-angle on a close, up angle.
     
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    Thanks guys. What is perspective control in PSE?
     
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    Not bad, I'm just not digging the bottom of the castle being cut off - otherwise nice exposure and colors.
     
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    I really like the symmetry in the second one.
     
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    The colors and exposure seem spot on. I don't like all the excess space on the first one that results in the bottom of the castle being cut off.

    Very nice, though.
     
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    Seems like you've got a pretty good eye for symmetry when needed.
     
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    COME ON MAN!!!!! You just wanted to show off that you were at Disney.
     
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    Thanks for all the comments guys! I will try getting another shot of the castle with the bottom intact. Yup, ya caught me RumDaddy! :lol:

    I actually picked up a season pass. There seems to be so much to shoot at the park, its like a photographers playground.
     
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    When you take a picture aimed up at a building, the picture has a keystone appearance. Same cause as looking at railroad tracks with the tracks appearing to get closer as distance increases.

    Go to Image/Transform/Perspective to play with the feature.
     

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